Daily Archives: March 28, 2006


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Feinstein: Illegals are Good Citizens

Yep, that’s right. She said that. On the Today Show…

They pay taxes, their children are Americans, they go to schools, they’re good citizens and they’re needed.

(emphasis mine)
Via Newsbusters.

Meeks: Pulling the Race Card Early

Via The Capitol Fax Blog from NBC5:

“Come on with me white churches … Call me and tell me to run for governor,” Meeks said. “White people who believe in Jesus, call me and tell me to run for governor”

and then

‘If I do run and there are two people in the race who both are not standing for morality, if I don’t have every white Christian vote in the state of Illinois, I will stand on top of the Sears Tower and call every one of ya’ll racist,’ Meeks said from his pulpit.

So, if we white Christians don’t vote for [tag]Meeks[/tag] (Democrat State Senator) for governor we are all racists. Amazing.

Caspar Weinberger, 1917-2006

[tag]Caspar Weinberger[/tag] has died. He was the Secretary of Defense under Ronald Reagan from 1981-1987.

Rest in Peace Caspar.

Story at WMUR Channel 9 in New Hampshire:

WASHINGTON — Caspar Weinberger, who played key roles in the shaping of the so-called Star Wars missile defense program and the Iran-Contra affair during the Reagan administration, has died. He was 88 years old.

Andy Card Resigns

effective April 14th. Josh Bolten will take over the Chief of Staff position.

Fox News:

“After five-and-a-half years, he thought it might be time to return to private life and this past weekend, I accepted Andy’s resignation,” Bush said. “Andy Card has served me and our country in historic times,” including the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, economic ups and downs and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Bush said.

Card has also made great legislative achievements on issues such as education and Medicare, and he helped confirm two Supreme Court justices, including Chief Justice John Roberts.

“In all these challenges, and accomplishments, I have relied on Andy’s wise counsel, his calm in crisis, his absolute integrity and his tireless commitment to public service,” Bush said. “Andy is respected by his colleagues for his humility, his decency and his thoughtfulness. They look at him as a role model and they, like me, will miss him.”